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Different driving habits load weight and types of trips will make a difference between you and others mpg. Make sure it's tuned properly and you are using the proper gasoline. The gas at the pump is terrible. You could try a gasoline additive to make it run more efficient too. Check that you have the proper tire pressure and that your clutch is adjusted properly And you can always ride slower.,

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